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supreme, but sports world was torn locally. the nationals had a chance to st. louis. rego -- bottom of the second, say no way you are going to clinch it today. outside oft center the bullpen. danny espinoza it gives the white ford nationals fans. seven to four cardinals. again at the fourth, plate and this time on the side. a two-run shot and a blow it out. for the nationals -- remain at one. bottom of the first, its score it is long out. one-zero orioles. a high fly ball just keeps going. but playersa 6-3, watched the s -- the loss would clinched a wild-card burst o runs angeles scores tw to take a 5-4 lead. for the lastng game of the season, still wanting that wild card. the redskins lead the buccaneers record andg the of the have all coming up and sound for you at 11:00. no scores for the good jets -- a formation. 7-0 forty-niners. he landed awkwardly because touched him and he keeps going. look at this -- he fumbles and the 51-yard score, they went 54- 0. can newton throws short and it goes untouched for a 36 yard touchdown. cutting it to one. seconds to go, matt bright 40-yard
. >> with my a education cost $15,000 worth of rego. should this be reformed? >> i can see why taxpayers don't want to pay for you to come from england. you pay. >> is american students as well. north carolina to study in california. john: then you make a choice. tuition would be $15,000 every where if the state governments would not of all that money at all the colleges. >> i am as senior here at unc chapel hill. do you think the media is being too soft and how they should get answers how do when the war on terror? john: i wish they would but the media is pretty tough. >> hi john. i am from north carolina i am not a first year, i am a freshman talk about education today what is your plan for the educational system? >> i would say let's abolish [cheers and applause] education is the state's responsibility. only recently have the federal governmengovernmen t got involved. so leave it to the states. choice will make it better. >> i am a sophomore here we're deceived the movement growing in the future? >> i hope so. you are wearing the on americans for liberty t-shirts. [applause] when i was in
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blocked. if obama it is reelected because of the evidence of the romney campaign where do rego after november 6th? >> the accompaniment of constituencies throughout the country who find it too easy for those leaders. >> governor romney has your compelling rhetoric. >> either we have a choice or we will not. you have 41-- to figure out. >> is the governor talk thing about that? i don't think so. >> what would president reagan to? we will come back with the right answer. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended probiotic. align. align naturally helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ ooh, baby, can i do for you today? ♪ try align today. lou: a quick e-mail. our country of founded on strength, bill says. what would president reagan do? good night from new york. neil: some numbers for you, fron41,7, 10, 41 days until elen day, 10 days until first debut, 10
intended in the past including the u.s. dealing with these nations it is a stable country. then rego economically. but we forget the third. that is what the people are demanding. in the end they persist and work with each other to build a healthy society. >> do think it is a lack of the appearance that perhaps has made peace in the bill least? as a huge part as a secretary general. >> in the sense to take nine allies said everyone approaches the problem very soft a there was a tendency to focus signed changes and the stability and then they talk about rule of law and human-rights. their wrists so much in that region because of sensitivity because of the era spring has opened the door and the government is speaking much more broadly. >> host: when you criticize the united states to have a reflexive reaction with utilization of the united nations i they stand eight in the way of the board your peace effort? >> i can say it will require a sustained and determined effort by the u.s. to bring about peace in the region. it has not been sustained to say there is uh peace process today both
with the taliban. that's something for the afghans to decide how they'regoing to pursue their course in the future. >> reporter: so there's negotiation versus no negotiation with the taliban. president obama announced an end date years in advance. governor romney opposed publicizing that date. the governor would have kept additional troops there through december. analysts say neither man has spent much time talking about the war, but mark jacobson says that's partly because the big strategic issues like the surge and handover have been pretty much decided. >> what we're looking at now is execution of this strategy. and that doesn't require the same sort of political capital and time from washington, dnc.c that was required two years ago. >> reporter: the two men don't exactly agree on how the fighting affects the nation's finances. >> because after two wars that have cost us thousands of lives and over $1 trillion, it's time to do some nation building right here at home. >> of course, the return of our troops cannot and must not be used as an excuse to hollow out our military through devastating d
prescriptions from washington handle everything. that's not what we want. >> are regoing to go over the fiscal cliff? >> i don't think we're going to go over the fiscal cliff. we got to win this election first and we've got to make sure that we continue down the path that really the house of representatives has tried to go for the last two years which is trying to solve the problems. we came in and said we're going to tell the truth, we're not going to sweep the problems under the carpet and put some solutions on the table and i think the election will demonstrate we're ready to do that as a country. >> but not going over the fiscal cliff may very well require compromise from each party. are you ready to compromise and would you do that to keep us from going over the ifisical cliff? >> becky, we have always been willing to sit down and talk about how we can cooperate together, and we have always said to the president, to harry reid and others, listen, if you feel it's so necessary to add to the tax burden of the working families and small businesses of this country, at least join us in fixing
where do rego from here to change america? start bringing jobs back to this country. many of these jobs are gone forever. there is something wrong when the rich people don't pay their fair share of taxes. they want to move from four 5% and that holds up everything. . .
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